When New York announced the participants in its Obamacare exchange last week, there was an unfamiliar company on the list: Oscar Health Insurance. Started by tech venture capitalist Josh Kushner, and backed with $40 million from Silicon Valley investors such as Vinod Khosla and Peter Thiel, the company is seeking to solve a challenge few tech entrepreneurs have tackled: health insurance.
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